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Things I’ve considered making on my own: a computer, a coffee table, a treehouse, mayonnaise and a few other things. Things I’ve never considered making on my own: toilet paper, socks, phones and pens. But maybe I should reconsider that last one. Making your own pen is such a beautiful process of machinery porn that I want to see the steel strip off the barrel in real life.
They say the pen is mightier than the sword, but neither of those implements are really that effective when it comes to starting a campfire. So if survival and copious note-taking are high on your list when it comes to choosing office supplies, consider this tactical pen that hides a fire striker inside.
The future may see a 3D printer in every home, but until then, we’ll have to make do with… Play-Doh? No, that’s not right. A proper alternative doesn’t easily come to mind, at least, not until you’ve seen the “3Doodler” from WobbleWorks.
How much would you pay for a miraculous pen that’s guaranteed to never roll off a table? What’s that you say?
There’s no love lacking for Porsche’s high-performance vehicles, but compared to Lamborghinis or Ferraris, they don’t always have that wow factor. At least not like the office supplies the company designs. The P’3115 LaserFlex pen from Porsche Design has a laser-cut interlocking stainless steel body that expands and contracts when the ballpoint tip is deployed.